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Publisher's Summary

Jack Nolan believes he has finally settled into a comfortable routine owning his South Florida bar, Cap's Place. He's put the end of his law career and his divorce behind him and is enjoying the relaxed pace around Cap's Place, when an organized crime boss decides to take over the bar. Jack suddenly finds his life in danger and his bar in jeopardy.
Running from one threat to another Jack attempts to navigate his way out of this rapidly deteriorating crisis. In endeavoring to protect others from being sucked into his quagmire, Jack resorts to what may turn out to be an even more dangerous source of help. Has he traded one devil for another?
©2015 Robert C. Tarrant (P)2017 Tantor
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4 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 01-20-18

Jack attracts trouble without trying

This clever series is set at a bar named Cap's Place in Hollywood, Florida. 40 year old Jack Nolan, a former prosecutor in Detroit, inherited Cap's Place. In this novel Jack attracts unwanted attention from a New Jersey organized crime boss who wants to use Cap's Place to launder money. That trouble is offset by help from a Florida organized crime boss. Jack is also on the hit list of a CIA executive whose surname is Potus. Other than that the novel is light and fun fare with moderate suspense. My 4 star rating may be a bit generous, but it is clever enough for the higher rating.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Tim on 03-07-18

As expected... Better than the last one

Better plot. I'll try #3., still too much self absorbed behavior and if I hear Landshark one more time...

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